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Jeremy has been an Internet based writer for the past seven years.
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High School Cross Country Star Saves Competitors Life Mid-Race

Seth Goldstein was "feeling pretty good" halfway through his recent cross country race, as the senior from Cooper Yeshiva High in Memphis,Tenn. was edging toward the front of the pack.

But then something unusual happened. One of the runners he was closing in on collapsed. As the other runners kept going, Goldstein stopped to check on his competitor.

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TV, Web, Newspaper, Radio: How Do You Get Your News?

The Internet may have revolutionized the way many of us get the news, but according to a Harris Poll of 2,307 adults, a majority of Americans still prefer an older technology when it comes to their preferred method of news accumulation.

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Daddy Blogger Causes Uproar By Revealing His Favorite Son

Buzz Bishop (not pictured) says he was just being honest when he wrote that his older son is "my favorite of the two." However the daddy blogger's truth-telling hasn't sat well with many of his readers, who have expressed their surprise and outrage that he would put something like that on the internet.

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Texas Mom Arrested For Letting Kids Play on Quiet Suburban Street

Tammy Cooper and her husband moved to their house on a cul-de-sac in a quiet La Porte, Texas neighborhood so they would have a safe place for their nine and six-year-old children to grow up.

And Cooper thought she was reaping the benefits of her suburban lifestyle as she sat on her lawn and watched her children play on their scooters. But this tranquility was interrupted when a police car pulled in front of her home and the officer approached her. Cooper asked him what he was here for. "We're here for you," he responded.

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St. Louis Cardinals’ Chris Carpenter Gives Removed Rib to Daughter

It's a little strange to lose a body part. But that's what happened to St. Louis Cardinals ace Chris Carpenter when surgeons removed one of his ribs in an attempt to alleviate pressure that was running up his pitching arm.

After the surgery Carpenter was presented with the bone, and he knew just what to do with it:

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